I: Monkey Meet, Welcome To The Monkey House, Let It Bleed, Roll Me Over, Danang, Goodnight Irene, Deep In My Voodoo, UFOs Exactly, Nadine, Screw Loose, It's Only Make Believe, Somebody Done Changed The Lock On My Door, Lucinda> The Magnificent Seven> Cissy Strut
II: Not Too Big On The Head, Doing It To Death, I Ain't Ready For It, Carnival Time, Unchain My Heart, Pass The Hatchet> Cold Cold Cold> Green River> I Don't Wanna Grow Up> Susie Q> Keep On Poppin' That Shine, I'm Crying, Big Chief
III: Looped*, Party Till The Money Runs Out*, Further On Up The Road*, Domino> Everybody's Got To Pay Some Dues> Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except Me and My Monkey> Linin' Track> Domino, The Cisco Kid> Mardi Gras In New Orleans, Closer Walk With Thee, Broke Down Engine
September 25, 2009 Subject:
Fillin' In The Gaps
Those gaps on D2 are to give everyone not at this show a chance to drink their wine wine wine during this unstoppable BIG CHIEF party! Dag it up!
October 29, 2005 Subject:
This is a seed from a heatgen tree back in 2000. Was received in audio format with these gaps there. Since it was only for the first few songs, I just as well figured leave it as is, rather than rework it. Small price to pay.
August 16, 2005 Subject:
havin' a ball
great show . but did anyone notice on the 2nd disc starting with lucinda that there are 2 sec gaps at the end of the songs .not where the songs change tracks but 2 sec before . makes me think it was a mp3 converted to flac. but the 1 & 3rd discs arent that way . i downloaded the 2nd disc 2x and there are gaps . and these are before burning to cd . you can here on the computer.
i don't get it ......
July 9, 2005 Subject:
Kickin' at the Ball!
The MOMs Ball is always a wild party, but this one's a great show for a MOM's Ball! I find myself playing this one over and over, and considering the great wealth of music here on the Archive (and elsewhere), that's saying something! This thing is full of great jams and medleys (mixing Creedence and the Ramones, wow!), slashing guitars, swooping keyboards and deep, soulful vocals. Highly recommmended. This one's got a swampful of bubbling fishheady goodness!
Edit: after discussion on the Rads mailing list, it seems that this show does NOT have Ornette Coleman. But it's still an amazing show.